Includes some lost links from the last two mornings.
- WABA calls on Capital Crescent Trail supporters to demand that in the absence of a trail through the tunnel, there should be "a well-designed, functional, and safe alternative." And that they should not support an at-grade crossing of Connecticut Avenue. Here's one vote for letting the light rail have the tunnel. And Silver Spring Trails points out that it was only recently that MTA, unfortunately, promised to keep the trail in the tunnel. They would have been better off had they continued with their more cautious tone.
- Dr. Gridlock discusses the right hook. I think the cyclist has the right of way, but in that situation, I let the car go first.
- BicycleSpace's soft opening. By the way, they have this cool bike stand with tools chained to it that anyone can use. Something like that, under a covered area, would make a great addition to any bike trail.
- A green car dealership? "The list included clean, energy-saving touches such as a reflective roof, bike racks, a shower for cyclists..."
- This article about bicycle deliverymen in New York City reminds me of this article. And what's up with New York City banning electric bikes?
- Uh-oh. "Young people who travel to school by independent means (on foot, bicycle, bus or train) are more likely than those who are taken to school by car to stay out at night."